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Of No Consequence
On Wednesday, Senate Republicans overwhelmingly voted to acquit President Trump. Although not stunning, the late night time hosts lamented the fallout, saying Trump would proceed to imagine he may act with out consequence.
“He never learns. The day after Robert Mueller testified was the day he threatened Ukraine and Biden. Tomorrow he’ll probably call China to see if he can give Bernie the coronavirus.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“He’s like an untrained dog. If he pees on the floor, you’ve got to rub his nose in it. And even then, he’ll probably do it again while making direct eye contact with you.” — SETH MEYERS
“He celebrated by calling Ukraine and asking for dirt on Joe Biden.” — CONAN O’BRIEN
“Minority leader Chuck Schumer said that, from here on, Trump’s presidency will always have an asterisk next to it. And Lindsey Graham will be there to kiss that asterisk at all times.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
The solely Republican senator to vote in favor of impeaching the president was Mitt Romney, and the late night time hosts known as out his willingness to go towards the get together line.
“Needless to say, Mike Pence was very upset by this act of defiance against Master. He described it as a new low. I guess he forgot about the time his boss invited the Taliban to Camp David.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“Yeah, people were shocked, because when they heard that someone ripped one at the State of the Union, everyone thought it would be Trump.” — JIMMY FALLON
“So between Pelosi and J.Lo, women over 50 are tearing it up this week.” — JIMMY FALLON
The Bits Worth Watching
“The Late Show” provided an unique take a look at how Pelosi made certain to destroy Trump’s State of the Union speech.
Also on the present, Jim Carrey made fairly the doorway earlier than sitting down with Stephen Colbert for the primary time.
What We’re Excited About on Thursday Night
The presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg will speak concerning the Iowa caucus fiasco and the marketing campaign path on Thursday’s “Late Show.”
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